INTER&Co Stadium

Opened in March 2017, INTER&Co Stadium is home to Orlando City of Major League Soccer (MLS) and Orlando Pride of the National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL). The soccer-specific stadium is located in the heart of Downtown Orlando and was the first MLS stadium to open with five consecutive victories.

INTER&Co Stadium was 100 percent privately funded at a cost of $155 million. It features a 360-degree lower bowl, North America’s first safe-standing supporters’ section – dubbed “The Wall” – and a four-sided canopy roof to keep the noise in and weather out. In Section 12, there are 49 rainbow-colored seats to memorialize the victims of the tragedy at Pulse Night Club. The stadium also houses the Club’s Front Office.

Since its opening, the venue had already seen a number of guest experience upgrades, highlighted by the “Orlando Made” food and beverage program, featuring local favorites for fans to enjoy all that the City Beautiful has to offer under one roof.

To date, the stadium has hosted U.S. Men’s National Team's 2018 & 2022 World Cup Qualifiers, the U.S. Women's National Team in the 2018, 2020 & 2023 SheBelieves Cup, as well as the 2017 NWSL Championship, 2017 NCAA Women’s College Cup, 2018 & 2019 MLS Combines, multiple editions of the Florida Cup, the 2019 MLS All-Star Game, the 2019, 2021 & 2022 Cure Bowl, the Orlando Philharmonic and the 2022 Special Olympics USA Games Opening Ceremony.

  • Capacity: 25,000 (approx. 3,800 in supporters’ section)
  • All natural grass playing surface
  • 100% privately financed
  • Section 12 features 49 rainbow seats as a tribute to the June 12, 2016 Pulse Nightclub tragedy
  • 8,400 sq. ft. indoor Club
  • 10,000 sq. ft. open air Supporters’ Terrace
  • LED sports lighting
  • Playing field sunken 8’ below street level
  • 360º lower bowl and concourse
Inter&Co Stadium Mock-up 4 (1)

Orlando Health Training Ground at Osceola Heritage Park

In a landmark moment of Club investment, Orlando City SC cut the ribbon at the Orlando City SC Training Ground on January 17, 2020.

Housed in Kissimmee, the facility serves as the permanent and exclusive home for Orlando City SC of Major League Soccer (MLS), Orlando City B of the United Soccer League (MLS NEXT PRO), and the Orlando City Development Academy - putting the entirety of the Club’s development pyramid under one roof.

The 20-acre training complex features four fields - three natural grass and one artificial turf - with each natural grass field comprised of Latitude 36 Bermudagrass, the same playing surface found at Exploria Stadium. In addition, the facility contains a fitness, training and recovery center; a players’ lounge and a meal room. In addition, the Orlando City Training Ground features the first Audi Performance Center as part of an MLS-wide initiative to further elevate the game of soccer in North America.


Orlando Health Training Ground at Sylvan Lake Park

The Seminole County facility, formerly the home of Orlando City SC of Major League Soccer, underwent a full renovation in order to meet the needs of the Orlando Pride. With the transformation and City’s move to Osceola County, the Pride become the first team in the National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) to have its own exclusive training facility.

The Orlando Pride Training Ground features a gym, meal room, analysis room, players' lounge and a locker room designed to replicate the team’s locker room at Exploria Stadium. In addition, the Pride have two Club-maintained, grass training fields that are exclusively used by the team.

The complex also includes office space for the Club’s technical and medical staff, and will have exclusive areas for the team’s media operations.